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Sixth Form Key Information


For 16-19 Tuition Fund statement please see below.



Head of Sixth Form – Miss Patten
Assistant Head of Sixth Form – Mrs Coombes

Contact Details

Telephone – 01322441371
Sixth Form Absence Line – 01322463044
Sixth Form Email Address –

School Day

Students must be in school from 8.40am until 3.20pm – all study periods must be spent on the school site. Students are permitted to leave the school site at lunchtime, but must ensure that they are back promptly to for afternoon registration. 

Westminster is open from 7.45am until 4.30pm should students wish to use the facilities before or after school.

Dress Code

First impressions are very important. You are in a working school environment and your choice of clothing must reflect this. The following dress code must be adhered to at all times, and if a student’s appearance is not acceptable, he / she will be required to go home to change.



Tie (must be worn at all times including break and lunchtime)
Smart Trousers
Smart Shoes

NO: trainers (including converse / vans), shorts, leather jackets, polo shirts, roll neck jumpers, designer logos, jeans (including black jeans)



Smart shirt / blouse
Smart skirt (of appropriate length)
Smart trousers
Smart shoes
Smart dress (of appropriate length)

NO: leggings, ugg boots, trainers (including converse / vans), Dr Marten’s boots, sandals, t-shirts, cropped tops, designer logos, jeans (including black jeans), shorts



Outdoors coats, jackets, scarves and hats should not be worn in the school building.


Piercings / Tattoos / Hair / Headphones / Mobile Phones


  • No facial piercings (nose, lip, eyebrow) – students found to have such piercings will be asked to remove them and failing this will be sent home until the piercing is removed

  • No stretchers

  • No visible tattoos

  • Hair must be of a natural colour

  • Headphones must NOT be worn around the school (in the ears or around the neck)

  • Mobile phones must be switched off during lessons

Partnership 6th


Trinity is a member of Partnership 6th; a collaboration between Trinity and Welling Sixth Forms. The Partnership ensures that students across the schools are able to access a wider range of courses and subject combinations. 

If accessing courses through the partnership, a student’s ‘home school’ (their main place of registration) will become the one where they are undertaking the majority of their courses. 

As part of this arrangement, timetables are aligned across the schools and a minibus is in operation to provide transport between the schools during the school day. 

If this particular route helps to support your individual option choices contact a member of the Sixth Form team for further advice and guidance.

16 to 19 Tuition Fund



The Government has provided additional funding to support students with catch-up tuition at Post 16 during the Coronavirus Pandemic. The support is targeted specifically at students who have not attained GCSE grades 5 or above in English and/or maths.

The Sixth Form has received a total of £16778 for the academic year 2021/22, equating to £270 per eligible student.

This statement identifies how and where this funding will / has been spent to support this group of students.


Student Designation


Those who have achieved a grade lower than 4 in English and/or maths. All students have been given equal priority. 

Allocation of Funding


Currently the funds have initially been targeted in the following ways


  • Small group workshops from an external provider to support general study skills focusing on key aspects such as revision and time-management; these have been lost due time out of school

  • Small group tuition for English and maths outside of their scheduled timetable


Further needs and requirements will be identified as the year progresses to support additional allocations, prioritising students who have not achieved a grade 5 in English/Maths, disadvantaged students (as determined by prior Pupil Premium eligibility and those in receipt of Free School Meals and/or the 16-19 Bursary) and students with SEND.